FEMISE publishes in June 5 new research reports on its website. These researches have been carried out by members of the network FEMISE and financed by the European Commission. 3 of these new reports reports deal with macroeconomic issues related to the movement of financial flows and capital account liberalization, the performance of manufacturing and, finally, analysis of financial systems of the Mediterranean partners. The other two reports are more oriented on development issues, analyzing the impact of openness on social issues or the effects of food price shock.
FEM33-03: Libéralisation du compte de capital et cadres de gestion macroéconomique comparés: Indicateurs de mesure et implications sectorielles et de politique monétaire en Tunisie, directed by Sami Mouley, ESSEC Tunis, et Rafik Baccouche, Université de Tunis, El Manar, Tunisie.
FEM33-09: Performances productives et climat de l’investissement dans quatre pays de l’espace MENA : Algérie, Egypte, Maroc, Liban, directed by Patrick Plane, CNRS-CERDI, Université d’Auvergne, France.
FEM33-20: Financial Systems in Mediterranean Partners and the EURO-Mediterranean Partnership, directed by Simon Neaime, Institute of Financial Economics, American University of Beirut, Lebanon.
FEM33-11: International Openness and Social Development as Endogenous Determinants of Growth and Convergence of the Countries in the MENA Region, directed by Jan J. Michalek, University of Warsaw, Poland.
FEM33-14: Global food price shock and the poor in Egypt and Ukraine: a comparison of impacts and policy options, directed by Wojciech Paczynski and Maryla Maliszewska, CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research, Poland